Landmark Building D, Third Floor


(415) 441-8822

Magic Theatre

Resident Since 1977

MARCH 13 UPDATE: In light of recent developments and in line with the latest public health advisories, the Magic Theatre will close its production of Don’t Eat the Mangos earlier than planned, on Friday, March 13. If you have tickets to other performances of the show but are able to attend the performance tonight at 8p, you may exchange your tickets subject to availability. Magic Theatre also has postponed its annual gala, (which had been scheduled for March 19) to May 13 and its next production, Escaped Alone into June, exact dates to be announced. Please contact the Box Office at 415-441-8822 or boxoffice@magictheatre.org to exchange tickets and/or for more information.


Magic Theatre is among the most prominent theaters in the nation solely dedicated to the development and production of new plays. Established in 1967, Magic Theatre gives voice to playwrights, both emerging and established, and develops and promotes the work of theater artists. Magic Theatre’s history includes premieres of over 200 new works, including Sam Shepard’s Buried Child, the recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1979. The roster of other writers whose works have premiered at the Magic reads like a Who’s Who of the American theater, including David Mamet, Michael McClure, Nilo Cruz, Rebecca Gilman, and Edna O’Brien, among many others.